10 ways to survive holiday travel, Heading out of town – Expect Delays

10 ways to survive holiday travel

This list is from CNN, but I believe they forgot the best way to survive the hectic holiday travel: charter a private aircraft from JetOptions!

Forget the annual Thanksgiving debate over your mother’s turkey-roasting method or your uncle’s political sideswiping. With a storm threatening the East Coast during the busiest travel time of the year, travelers are starting to wonder whether they’ll even get to the dinner table on time.

More than 46 million people will be trying to get somewhere this Thanksgiving, according to AAA projections, and 90% of them will be traveling by car. With a little luck, some patience and planning, they’ll make it to their destinations in time for turkey.

Here are several ways to stay sane this busy holiday season:

Check your flight, no matter where you’re going.

Don’t drive into a storm.

Charge your devices.

Rebook your flight for free.

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Dining at the top 3 restaurants in Spain by private jet

Connoisseurs of grand cuisine and timeless culture can taste the difference on Spanish shores with a private jet vacation to a land of flamenco and flavor. Spain can boast some of the planet’s most awarded restaurants and their laid-back midnight dining, old world, and modern fusion, and pure passion for exceptional tapas plates makes for an incredible experience every time. Since three of the most elite venues to eat at can be found in the corners of Catalonia and the distinctive Atlantic coastline of Euskadi, the Basque Country, why not set your private jet towards Spain to discover a myriad of inspirational delicacies.

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Heading out of town? Expect very long delays

Messy mix of snow, rain on the menu for Thanksgiving travelers

Don’t be thankful for this morning’s sunny, crisp fall weather just yet.

A wintry storm is hours away from snarling travel across the East Coast on Wednesday, causing delays of up to six hours on the busiest travel days of the year.

About 30 million people from the mountains of North Carolina to Maine could be affected.

“The storm will have a major impact nationwide to air travel, as the ripple effect from delays and cancellations in the Northeast hubs impacts the rest of the country,” CNN senior meteorologist Dave Hennen said. In the case of cancellations or delays, you may contact JetOptions to charter a private aircraft. We are open 24/7.

Charter a private jet through JetOptions for holiday travel

the In case of cancellations or delays, you can contact JetOptions to charter a private aircraft. We are open 24/7

“Expect very long delays, in some cases averaging three to six hours for major airports in D.C., Philadelphia, New York and Boston, which will be impacted by a combination of heavy rain, snow and wind,” Hennen said. “Most delays and cancellations will occur from late morning through Wednesday evening.”

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